Special Story On Janwaar Castle, India’s First Rural Skate Park

JANWAAR, INDIA - OCTOBER 26: A young boy holding his skateboard with his parents poses on October 26, 2016 in Janwaar, India. Thanks to a German community activist and author Ulrike Reinhard, skateboarding is slowly changing the children in this Madhya Pradesh village divided by caste. Located along the fringes of the Panna National Tiger Reserve, the Janwaar Skating Park is a not-for-profit project that teaches village children skateboarding free of cost. The park is a place for unfettered fun, but has two strict ground rules. Rule number one: Girls first. And rule number two: No school, no skateboarding. The park also bridges caste disparities by bringing together the village Adivasi and upper caste Yadav and Kushwaha children to play together. (Photo by Pratik Chorge/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
JANWAAR, INDIA - OCTOBER 26: A young boy holding his skateboard with his parents poses on October 26, 2016 in Janwaar, India. Thanks to a German community activist and author Ulrike Reinhard, skateboarding is slowly changing the children in this Madhya Pradesh village divided by caste. Located along the fringes of the Panna National Tiger Reserve, the Janwaar Skating Park is a not-for-profit project that teaches village children skateboarding free of cost. The park is a place for unfettered fun, but has two strict ground rules. Rule number one: Girls first. And rule number two: No school, no skateboarding. The park also bridges caste disparities by bringing together the village Adivasi and upper caste Yadav and Kushwaha children to play together. (Photo by Pratik Chorge/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
Special Story On Janwaar Castle, India’s First Rural Skate Park
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